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Ages 5-7. Gibbons introduces the basics of basketball and football in two small-format paperback books. Each book identifies the equipment, the court or field, the positions of the players, and a few rules of the game. In the brightly colored artwork, young players, both boys and girls, illustrate this introductory information, then begin a game that adds a touch of narrative and allows for explanation without the tedium of listing one rule after another. Bas ketball begins "Basketball is fun, whether you are playing yourself or rooting for your favorite team." A similar sentence leads off in Football , and that low-key message is at the heart of both presentations. The books don't cover all the rules; indeed, for kids who are intently interested, they will raise as many questions as they answer. Instead, they offer a starting point for young children trying to figure out what's going on in the sport or how to get in the game. Carolyn Phelan
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This book is nicely illustrated and shows the game in nice understandable ways.Published 7 months ago by Rose Bishop
This was EXAXTLY what I was looking for for my five year old who is a football fanatic.Published 7 months ago by Halli Burchett
Cute book. Wish it had more pages. A little short for an 8 year old.Published 11 months ago by joseph buckley